Interest in indoor air quality spiked significantly during the pandemic. People were spending more time at home, and wanting to ensure a healthier environment. The pandemic may have sparked the discussion, but the reasons for a high-quality air purification system remain as important as ever, especially in the summer months when air conditioning is running night and day.
The expert technicians at MTB Mechanical can tell you more, but here are a few things to consider regarding air purification.
There’s more than meets the naked eye circulating through your home. While you welcome the cool air from your HVAC system, it can circulate some other unwelcome things, from mold and pollen that make you sneeze to viruses and bacteria that make you sick.
Hospitals use UV light technology for decontamination. Our products do, too. UV light technology is on the leading edge of ensuring higher levels of air quality. Unlike other air purification systems designed to remove particulate matter, a UV light actually kills mold spores, germs and other air invaders. By working 24/7 to sterilize, UV germicidal lights eliminate 99.9% of the contaminants in your home.
During humid summers when mold is at its worst, the UV light is at its best. Once dust mites, bacteria, viruses and mold spores pass through the UV light in an HVAC system, they are no longer able to reproduce and cause allergies or illness. The system is so effective because it alters the DNA in contaminants to render them harmless. Such protection is particularly helpful for people who have allergies, respiratory problems, or frequent bacterial or viral infections.
Our solutions are efficient and cost-effective. Ready to breathe easy? Our expert MTB technicians are here to help! We recommend the HALO-LED™ Air Purifier, which is installed directly into your system for silent, worry-free operation. And it’s so efficient, it only costs pennies a day. Take advantage of our special offer and save $75 now on the industry’s first LED in-duct whole-home air purification system. Schedule an appointment online or call 704.321.9250.
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